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Steelmakers honored for safety

Keywords: Tags  WorldSteel, World Steel Association, steel, China Steel, Gerdau, NatSteel Holdings, Tata Steel, safety awards

NEW DELHI — The World Steel Association (WorldSteel) recognized four companies for their safety and health practices at the Brussels-based organization’s annual conference in New Delhi.

The honorees were Kaohsiung, Taiwan-based China Steel Corp., for a project that encourages employees to communicate safety concerns directly to the company chairman; Porto Alegre, Brazil-based Gerdau SA, for its "safety multipliers" program meant to build safety support between team members; Singapore-based NatSteel Holdings Pte Ltd., for its assessment process for identifying and analyzing high-risk activities; and Mumbai-based Tata Steel Ltd., for its contractor safety management system at its Jamshedpur, India, site.

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